Clay Henry

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Last season's short-comings reappear in loss to TCU

Subscriber onlyThere was talking in the Arkansas interview room after TCU dominated en route to a 28-7 victory Saturday. Continue reading...

Keys To Victory

Subscriber onlySometimes it’s wrong to get too caught up in the weights listed in the media guide. They are rarely correct. Continue reading...

Razorbacks find defense against the running game

Subscriber onlyIt was Florida A&M. That needs to be the reference point in Arkansas' 49-7 victory in the season opener Friday night in War Memorial Stadium. Continue reading...

Keys To Victory

HOGS’ SPEED SHOULD PAY OFF IN WIN COLUMN

Subscriber onlyBret Bielema says the Razorbacks are a faster team in 2017. Continue reading...

Bielema becomes ‘Daddy B’

Subscriber onlyHow is new father Bret Bielema different? Assistant coaches see a special gleam, sparkle or just a new, more dainty walk. Continue reading...

One of a kind: Former QBs praise Broyles for innovations

Subscriber onlyFred Marshall didn’t waste any time coming up with one word to describe Frank Broyles: Genius. Continue reading...

Broyles enlisted help from Switzer

Subscriber onlyThere is little doubt that Barry Switzer is one of the all-time greats in coaching. He led Oklahoma to three national titles, 12 Big Eight crowns and coached the Dallas Cowboys to a Super Bowl win. Continue reading...

Broyles coached Hogs to glory days

Subscriber onlyAbout 10 years after Arkansas joined the Southeastern Conference, my favorite stumper trivia question involved naming the first Razorback legend to win football player of the year honors in the league. Continue reading...

Gazzola fulfilled needs for UA sports

Subscriber onlyBret Bielema relayed his favorite quote from Pat Gazzola. Continue reading...

Lunney keeps up helping spirit, aids youths in need

Subscriber onlyThe love of sports can lead to good things in Arkansas. Barry Lunney Sr. knows that from working with young football players. He won eight state championships and finished runner-up three more times during storied runs at Fort Smith Southside and Bentonville. Continue reading...

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